Public meeting will be 5:30 —7 p.m. May 6 at Old Settler's Recreation Center
McKINNEY, TX – The City of McKinney will host an open house to give residents an introduction to the East McKinney Mobility Study, which will provide recommendations on roadway improvements that support anticipated redevelopment in the area. The meeting will be May 6 at the Old Settler's Recreation Center North Gym, 1201 E. Louisiana St. A presentation will be given at 5:45 p.m., and residents can visit informational tables following the presentation to learn more about the study, including various options being considered. Residents will have opportunities to provide feedback and can come and go anytime between 5:30—7 p.m. Spanish interpreters will be available.
The event will be indoors, and participants are encouraged to maintain social distancing and wear masks.
The city believes preserving our existing neighborhoods, culture, and characteristics help make McKinney Unique by nature. Part of preserving those neighborhoods means maintaining their infrastructure, maintaining and creating new public facilities, and expanding business opportunities so that they can continue to thrive.
To make sure the city respects residents' voices in East McKinney, staff has been meeting with community members and asking for feedback. As the process of redevelopment and preservation proceeds, staff will continue to seek community input and develop constructive dialogue through public meetings in the community, the city's website, and online surveys.